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Jul 10, 2019 Trung Nguyen
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Vaccine injuries and deaths from parents and victims themselves. 
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Apr 26, 2019 Trung Nguyen
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The drug companies use fear and misinformation to sell vaccines. How to see through their marketing tactics.
Topics: Anti-vaxx movement, vaccine side effects, vaccines cause autism, vaccines cause cancer
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***Only PDF version may be available*** Learn the truth about vaccines from Parents, Nurses, Doctors, Scientists, And History
Topics: anti-vaxx, anti-vaccination, mandatory vaccination, vaccine side effects, vaccine ingredients
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Feb 16, 2017 Trung Nguyen
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A religious Jew is one who follows the teachings of the holy Torah. What if the Torah was not the word of god? Whose teachings have the religious Jews been following?
Topics: abraham the prophet, story of jews, origin of jews, jewish religion, abraham the prophet, origin of...
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Feb 16, 2017 Trung Nguyen
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A Muslim is one who follows the teachings of Muhammad the prophet. What if Muhammad’s teachings were not the words of god? Whose teachings have the Muslims been following? 
Topics: muhammad the prophet, history of muhammad, story of islam, truth about islam
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Feb 15, 2017 Trung Nguyen
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A Christian is one who follows the teachings of Jesus Christ. What if Jesus never existed? Then whose teachings have Christians been following?
Topics: jesus christ, history of jesus christ, history of christianity, truth about jesus
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Dec 22, 2016 Trung Nguyen
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The truth about humans and humanity shall set your life free.  “History of Humans”, the third book in the series “Is There a God?” discusses the origin of humans and humanity. Chapters include, Chapter 1: Science versus Religion Chapter 2: The Three Worlds Chapter 3: The Physical World Chapter 4: The Psychological World Chapter 5: The Spiritual World Chapter 6: Beings of Love and Light Chapter 7: The -ISMs of Existence Chapter 8: Naturalopy  Chapter 9: Terminologies and Notations
Topics: is there a god, origin of humans, evolution, darwinism, naturalopy, trung nguyen
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Dec 22, 2016 Trung Nguyen
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The truth about god shall set your life free.  “History of Religion”, the second book in the series “Is There a God?” discusses the history of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Chapters include, Chapter 1: The Abrahamic Religions Chapter 2: History of Judaism Chapter 3: History of Christianity Chapter 4: History of Islam Chapter 5: Reasons People Are Religious Chapter 6: Religion: Business, Politics, and War Chapter 7: Terminologies and Notations
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Dec 22, 2016 Trung Nguyen
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The truth about god shall set your life free.  “History of Gods”, the first book in the series “Is There a God?” discusses the origin of god. Chapters include, Chapter 1: Is There a God? Chapter 2: A History of Gods and Goddesses Chapter 3: The Sun as God Chapter 4: Egyptian Deities Chapter 5: Greek Deities Chapter 6: Roman Deities Chapter 7: Jewish Deities Chapter 8: Hindu Deities Chapter 9: Chinese Deities Chapter 10: Middle Eastern Deities Chapter 11: South American Deities Chapter...
Topics: is there a god, origin of god, history of Judaism, history of Christianity, history of Islam
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Nov 29, 2016 Trung Nguyen
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This is the first book in the Future Dark series. In 2194, Mars is colonized. The descendants of 21st century industrialist Elon Musk, founder of Musk City, Mars, form the ruling elite on the Red Planet. The Musk clan is about to face a historical event as one of their own, Lazar Musk Whittaker, a Biomech, embarks on an ambitious undertaking to change the course of human evolution.  The war of the species and the fracture within the Musk clan begin when four tombs are discovered encased in an...
Topics: elon musk, elon reeve musk, asteroid mining, mars colonization, aliens, aliens on mars, future...
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Dec 1, 2015 Trung Nguyen, www.encognitive.com
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A brief biography of 1931 Nobel Prize Laurette Dr. Otto Warburg. It includes photos, cancer research papers, books, and discoveries.  From http://www.encognitive.com 
Topics: otto warburg, cancer research, cause and prevention of cancer
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Sep 20, 2015 Trung Nguyen
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Does god exist? This question has haunted our ancestors since time immemorial. It still haunts billions of people today in every corner of the Earth. However, the god question has always, “Whose god?”  Religion is an ingrained part of modern life. It is pervasive in business, politics, and war. But is religion necessary for a civil society? Or is religion the linchpin of a divided society?   Take a stroll through history to determine if it is possible that any human-conceived god ever...
Topics: god, buddhism, meditation, atheism
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Facts about vaccination and pharmaceutical drugs from doctors.
Topics: vaccines, vaccination, measles, polio, drugs
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Aug 20, 2015 Various
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The story behind Stephen Barrett of Quackwatch. 
Topics: quackwatch, stephen barrett, big pharma, pharmaceutical industry
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Aug 17, 2015 EnCognitive.com
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Modern medicine in perspective.
Topics: lung cancer, breast cancer, heart disease, diabetes, natural medicine
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Jun 24, 2015 Trung Nguyen
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Is there a god? This question has haunted our ancestors since time immemorial. It still haunts billions of people today in every corner of the Earth. However, the god question has always, “Whose god?”  Religion is an ingrained part of modern life. It is pervasive in business, politics, and war. But is religion necessary for a civil society? Or is religion the linchpin of a divided society?   Take a stroll through history to determine if it is possible that any human-conceived god ever...
Topics: god, judaism, christianity, islam, buddhism, atheism, religion
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May 28, 2015 Trung Nguyen
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This is the first book in the Future Dark series. In 2194, Mars is colonized. The descendants of 21st century industrialist Elon Musk, founder of Musk City, Mars, form the ruling elite on the Red Planet. The Musk clan is about to face a historical event as one of their own, Lazar Musk Whittaker, a Biomech, embarks on an ambitious undertaking to change the course of human evolution. The war of the species and the fracture within the Musk clan begin when four tombs are discovered encased in an...
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Topics: Future Dark, elon musk, elon reeve mjusk, asteroid mining, science fiction
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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Our time is limited on this Earth—our days are numbered the day we were born. Our thinking about our place in the world changes when we come to this realization. With this acceptance, we begin to prioritize where to spend our time. We make a list of the things that are important and those that are trivial. Then we only spend our time on the important matters, since we have no time for trivialities. 
Topics: naturalopy, time, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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Humans are born to be free; to explore, mingle, share, move, express, learn, and grow. These are the inherent natural rights of every Human Being. But humans are also complicated and selfish creatures, thus the state’s need to suppress and deny these liberties. Unfettered liberty culminates in either anarchy or dictatorship. Thus, individual liberties such as freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom to assemble are sometimes suppressed for the common good—carte blanche liberty is...
Topics: naturalopy, liberty, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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The road from suffering to salvation is a transformational journey, one that is a universal experience. The journey exists because life did not come with a manual, and for this reason we experiment and make mistakes—we are not sinners. We experiment and make mistakes. As a result, our accumulated mistakes and wrongdoings create suffering. Many people view this suffering as an evil, when it is only karma that needs to be remedied and rebalanced.
Topics: naturalopy, salvation, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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Forgiveness is about remedying transgressions against us in the right way. The right way means that the transgressor is punished and we have peace of mind. Although, we do not need to deliver the punishment ourself—the justice system and karma are adequate punishers—there is no peace of mind without justice. However, we do have to forgive the transgressors to attain peace of mind. 
Topics: naturalopy, forgiveness, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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Suffering is an unnatural part of the human experience, but sometimes it is necessary to teach us lessons on what to do and what not to do. In adults, for the things within our control, suffering is self-inflicted—suffering is the consequence of the choices we make. In children, suffering is inherited through the parents—children suffer as the result of their caretakers’s karma. 
Topics: naturalopy, suffering, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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Ask 10 people the definition of success and expect different answers. Although success is frequently associated with financial wealth, money is only a small part of success. The definition of success is probably best said by Maya Angelou, “Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” Therefore, success can be likened to having peace of mind—to live a life of our own choosing.
Topics: naturalopy, success, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015
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When we are young, unknowledgeable, inexperienced, and impressionable, everything is opinion. We think we know how life and the world at large works, but after we become enlightened and wise, our perspective of the world changes. We begin to think that maybe the mass media doesn’t have our best interest at heart, but is putting the interest of its advertisers before our own. Or that our donation to the church, synagogue, or mosque is enriching the lives of the higher-ups and contributing to...
Topics: naturalopy, wisdom, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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There are night dreams and there are daydreams. The conscious daydreams are our vision of what our soul yearns for. However, most of us end up in mediocrity because we fail to pursue our dreams—for fear of judgment, for fear of failure, or even for fear of success. Now we know why it takes courage to pursue dreams.
Topics: naturalopy, dreams, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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In order to truly love someone, we must learn to love ourself first—we can only give to others what we have. When a person is incapable of loving anyone, it means they’re incapable of loving themself. This person needs to learn to accept themself for who they are and be honest with their shortcomings. Remember, no one is perfect, so we should learn to accept our imperfections and quirks. We are unique because of them. 
Topics: naturalopy, love, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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The condition for happiness exists when your needs exceed your wants. 
Topics: naturalopy, happiness, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015
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The essence of character is to be our own person, to have a self-identity, and to live according to our philosophy and values regardless of others are doing. Too many times our character is influenced by the media, religion, peers, and the agenda of someone else. A person with a resolute and enduring character is one who is comfortable in their own skin—someone who is able to accept everything that has happened to them, good and bad. A person of strong character accepts the mistakes of the...
Topics: naturalopy, character, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015
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Some see the glass as half-empty, some see it as half-full, and others just fill-up the glass. That is attitude in a nutshell.  A person with a negative attitude blames the world for their woes. A person with a positive attitude looks for causes behind their woes, learns from them, and moves on. 
Topics: naturalopy, attitude, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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According to the Greek philosopher and mathematician Plato (428 - 348 BCE), the Four Cardinal Virtues are: moderation, wisdom, courage, and justice.  Virtue is more complex than knowing the difference between right and wrong, and moral and immoral. Virtue, when taken as a whole, is a set of values and belief system that guides our decision making process—virtues are our guiding light in life. Although political values, economic values, and legal values may shift, the virtues that encompass...
Topics: naturalopy, virtue, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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It’s been said that life is a journey and not a destination. Along the way we need to occupy our time with work and activity that make the journey enjoyable and rewarding. But for many of us, finding the work and activity is a journey in itself.
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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If compassion had a mental process, it would be this: reserve judgement, understand, accept, and relieve.  The most difficult part is to understand what someone else is going through if we have not been through the exact experience ourself. However, if we have been a recipient of compassion, then we know how uplifting it is. Therefore, we don’t need to exactly understand what someone else is going through to show them compassion. We just need to know that compassion will brighten their...
Topics: naturalopy, compassion, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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Most of us seek a spiritual life after prolonged unease and calamity. Most pursue answers in churches, synagogues, mosques, temples, and political affiliations—all of which are unnecessary. The truths and answers to life are not in religion and politics, but in science and self-education. 
Topics: naturalopy, spirituality, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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Disease enters through the mouth. Therefore, the foundation of health is a nutritious diet laden with organic fruits, vegetables, nuts, algae, legumes, grains, herbs, spices, essential oils, and moderate animal protein, particularly seafood. Many illnesses and diseases are associated with or are directly linked to malnutrition...
Topics: naturalopy, health, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015
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A place to call home, nutritious food, engaging work and hobbies, someone to love, and good company are the essential needs of life. Our ego complicates life by adding wants, most of which have no spiritual value.  We live in an over-connected society, bombarded with frivolous information. Every company has an idea of what we should own and how we should live. Save for the farmers and home builders, most everyone else is selling us the latest wants. 
Topics: naturalopy, stoicism, religion, philosophy, simplicity, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 12, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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The Universe is a structure of balance. It is comprised of elaborate systems of equilibrium, from the quantum to the cosmos. There are particles and antiparticles; matter and anti-matter; mass and energy. Since humans are made of molecules, atoms, protons, electrons, neutrons, quarks and gluons, and so forth, we are a part of the Universe’s structure of balance. For us, this equilibrium is maintained by Karma—the universal law of cause and effect. 
Topics: naturalopy, stoicism, religion, philosophy, buddhism, atheism, agnostic, agnosticism
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Jan 11, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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This is the first book in the Naturalopy series. It examines free will.  What determines who we become in life? It’s the age-old debate of Nurture versus Nature. Is our life shaped by Freewill or Determinism? The answer was, is, and will always be freewill. There is irrefutable evidence from every field of life that we create our life by the choices we make. We have witnessed disenfranchised people of every parentage overcome staggering odds to turn their dreams into reality. 
Topics: naturalopy, philosophy, religion, buddhism, stoicism, atheism
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Jan 9, 2015 EnCognitive.com, Trung Nguyen
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Naturalopy is a modern philosophy that adopts all available knowledge, regardless of origin and time.  Since time immemorial, our ancestors have gone to great lengths to fabricate myths and fables to answer the six primary existential questions of life:   Where did we come from? What is our purpose in life? Why do bad things happen to us? Is there a god? Are we alone in the Universe? What happens to us after we die? With universal knowledge and collective wisdom, we no longer require an...
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